Earlier this year Merlin held an inaugural New Ventures brainstorming session, where all staff from the G&G consultancy and Datawise divisions were given ‘soap box’ time to present their innovative ideas. These sessions bring the creative instincts to the fore and have delivered a number of New Venture concepts to take forward in 2019 and beyond. So watch this space!
The Digital Transformation Summit, held 21st-22nd May in Edinburgh, brought together expertise from Oil & Gas, Academia, Aerospace and other key industry sectors. The concept of digital transformation promises an exciting future where autonomous AI systems drive value creation, efficiency and safety, but these systems are not magical. Continue reading to learn more..
Geocaching is a worldwide game which involves locating hidden items using GPS coordinates. Using either a hand-held GPS unit or a smartphone app you can search for caches hidden in your local area. To learn more about Geocaching and how you can take part yourself, continue reading..
Does the OGA’s 2016 high-resolution 2D seismic provide the crucial master key in unlocking hidden potential?
However you say it, the world’s geology does not see political borders the same way us humans do. Rocks are inherently less territorial! At Merlin, we have increasingly recognised the value in transferring knowledge across political boundaries.
Being chartered allows you to build your reputation by having an internationally recognised professional qualification. Find out a more about why it's important and how you go about becoming chartered.
Using UKOGL seismic data to produce an improved understanding of the subsurface structure beneath Britain.
Offshore Ireland has recently become a region of significant hydrocarbon exploration interest, sparked by the Atlantic Margin Licensing Rounds in 2011 and 2015, as a result of which, licences were awarded across the Porcupine, Slyne, Rockall and Goban Spur basins. Merlin have been awarded a project to define a standard stratigraphic nomenclature on behalf of the Government of Ireland.
If you want to see the elements of a working petroleum system in the field, there really is no better place than the UNESCO Dorset Coast. Read about the SPWLA trip organised by Merlin Energy.